Chambers House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is the same as in Yellowstone. Due to the nice warm weather though, a park ranger told us not to expect to see any animals until the end of the afternoon. She was right.
Our first stop was at the Colter Bay Visitor Center where we learned that you can rent kayaks and canoes and such, and go on the lake. Milo immediately wanted to go; Noah was adamant he didn't want to come ...
We got up and left Manila, UT and headed up to Wyoming. Left just before 6am and I caught my first sunrise of the trip! We let the kids just stay asleep as it makes the miles easier for these long jaunts.
Crossed into Wyoming about 6:20am and immediately started our "Magpie Killing Spree". If we got hungry enough we now know that we could use the "Beast" as our hunting implement. The first kill we used the top ...
... the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints who camped there in 1856 during their late-season crossing of Wyoming."
We passed an area call "Johnny Behind the Rock" but didn't explore it either, but the link will take you to what most of the area looks like that we drove through.
Total miles to date = 1853.7
Casper = $3.39
Farson = $3.69
... but Jake assured us that all was well, and unhesitatingly gobbled down the pieces we refused to touch.
After dinner, we tidies up a bit, skyped with Mick and Jake’s parents, and did a bit of online research for our travels that would take us through Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks the following day.
$8 - Breakfast
$2 – Coffee
$10 – ...
... shop had recommended that we try fishing Boulder Creek below Boulder Lake so we followed the GPS (we’ve named it Alice) to the east side of the dam per his directions. To our surprise, we discovered that the road ends at the dam rather then going over it as shown on the maps. We scouted around a bit to see what was there before deciding to try the road to the other side. After a bumpy drive (8 miles out, 8 miles back in the other side) we essentially ended up a ...